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In a verbose verdict running into 366 pages, the 5-judge Constitution Bench of Dr DY Chandrachud, CJI and Sanjay Kishan Kaul, S. Ravindra Bhat, Hima Kohli, PS Narasimha, JJ wrote 4 opinions on the Same Sex Marriage matter where they agreed on some points and disagreed on others.

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In the meantime, Kerala High Court restricted sex selective surgery to be permitted specifically on the opinion of a State Level Multidisciplinary Committee depicting the same to be essential for saving the child’s/infant’s life.

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The Court pointed out that despite issuance of several orders since 2018, the respondents have not submitted compliance details before the Court.

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Petitioner contended that they were entitled to the Fundamental Right to marry which was entrenched in the Constitution which includes the choice of a marital partner. Neither the State nor Society could intrude into the domain of individual right to pursue a way of life which were central to their identity and autonomy.

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The 3-judges Bench of Supreme Court has stayed the impugned order of the Kerala High Court whereby the High Court had asked DLSA to record statements of the detenu and make her undergo counselling. Allegedly, the woman has been kept in illegal detention by her parents.

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United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit: While deliberating upon the constitutionality of Washington’s Senate Bill 5722, the question arose

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“There are many branches on the tree of life. There is no one way to be, and there is room for everyone to be who they are.”

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The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), viewing the unprecedented situation across the country and being deeply concerned about the rights of the